Since selecting the maximum setting for each of ILIM and ICS requires the lowest specified RILIM/RICS (10k) , I am curious if these pins may be safely shorted to AGND (ie. RILIM = RICS = 0) with the same outcome?
You can short the pins to AGND but you need change the OC_CHG before you plug in the VBUS or else the BAT_CHGOC will be trigged.
Do you know/expect if ADP5360ACBZ-2-R7 will avoid this state given that its higher factory OC_CHG of 400mA is greater than the charge current set by grounding ICS (320mA)?
Incidentally, OC_CHG register field has a typo in its description in the datasheet (Table 39): "Battery Overcurrent Protection for Overdischarge Threshold." -> "Battery Overcurrent Protection for Overcharge Threshold."
Thank you for pointing out the typo.
400mA OC and 300mA fast charging current seems reasonable. Not sure the reason you want to avoid it?
It's perfect, I don't want to avoid those settings. I want to clarify the cause of the BAT_CHGOC condition that you mentioned and ideally avoid that.I assume BAT_CHGOC is because model ADP5360ACBZ-1-R7 has a factory OC_CHG of 150mA, so shorting ICS (and therefore setting ICHG in excess of that value, to ~320mA) will potentially trigger that condition.Given that model ADP5360ACBZ-2-R7 has a significantly higher factory OC_CHG (400mA), I expect there will be no BAT_CHGOC condition with this configuration. Is that correct?
Yes, the -2 model would not trig BAT_CHGOC when you set charging current to 320mA.